1969 Eau de Parfum, from the Les Livres Cultes collection of Histoires de Parfums, is a perfume for women and men in the oriental gourmand olfactory family. In the wake of this perfume, mystery is tinged with an eroticism that the mythical year 1969 evokes without blushing.
- Top notes: sun fruits, velvety peach - Heart notes: rose, white flowers, cardamom, clove - Base notes: patchouli, chocolate, coffee, white musk
It was the year of the sexual revolution. And in France it was baptized as the erotic year . So sang it, in Moi je t aime, moi non plus , Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin, in what is known as the ultimate love song . 1969 Eau de Parfum is the carnal sensuality of a voluptuous bouquet of spices. Velvety peach precedes a bouquet of rose and white flowers enhanced with cardamom and clove. A background fragrance on the skin with its harmonies of patchouli, coffee and white musk.
All libraries hide works not to be missed. Histoires de Parfums has created the Les Livres Cultes collection with two interpretations of sensuality, two erotic versions that transport us from East to West: 1969 Eau de Parfum and Ambre 114 Eau de Parfum.